Bangladeshi capital Dhaka and the rest of Bangladesh were
shaken as a 6.4 magnitude quake struck the Bhutan-China border on Monday.
The quake struck at, 462 km north northeast of Dhaka. Dhaka residents said they felt the sudden tremor.
Reports came in of tall buildings in the city swaying with the force, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage to property.
The tremor spread some panic among people celebrating Eid and somewhat dampened the mood of the day, that began with thunder and downpours in the morning.
The quake that lasted for some 20 seconds sent people running for safety out in the open.